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calls for accountability and regulations. >> the equipment is not used properly. there is no training and the equipment is just installed in order to get work orders. workers in our country are dying because of this. workers are being killed. >> jennifer: so far though, no one has taken responsibility. not the bang la deshshy government or any of the companies that are make clothes there and here's the really blood-boiling part. about a year and a half before the fire, executives from walmart and other big retailers met in bangladesh to talk about workplace safety and they actually came up with an agreement under which each company would report fire hazards, they would pay for safety upgrades and they would sign a legally-binding agreement making them liable for fires. it looked like it was actually going to happen but then, according to "the associated press," walmart's director of ethical sourcing spoke up, saying and this is his quote... >> jennifer: aver a statement like that from the world's largest retailer, walmart which makes $447 billion in revenue every year, after that, the
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